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Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Metropolitan

Chris Kunitz was a big disappointment last season. Will he get a second chance to ride shotgun with Sidney Crosby this year? Peter Maingot breaks down the top three lines for each team in the Metro.

Thursday Daily Puck: For Whom the Bell Tolls

The bell has tolled for the Winnipeg Jets, the first casualty of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. A failure to maintain leads and get contributions from key players doomed them.

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

Jan Levine previews the NHL playoffs and envisions Rick Nash lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

Blue Line Buzz: Who Got Better in the Back?

Jason Chen breaks down the defensive changes throughout the league after the trade deadline, while highlighting P.K. Subban's strong play of late.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Predatory Pairs of Games

The Predators have a favorable pair of back-to-back games this week.

Saturday Daily Puck: Improved Isles

With the NHL season almost halfway complete, we take a look at where teams stand now, compared to where they stood at this point last season. The Islanders are vastly improved, while the Avalanche continue to fall.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Armia of One

With Marcus Foligno down for the count with a hand injury, the Sabres have promoted top prospect Joel Armia.

Sunday Daily Puck: Top Cat

First overall draft pick Aaron Ekblad is having an incredible season. Is he already a Norris trophy candidate?

Saturday Daily Puck: All Hail Gio

Mark Giordano is having a season for the ages in Calgary, while Kyle Turris is hitting his stride with Ottawa.

Saturday Daily Puck: Schennsational

Brayden Schenn is finally living up to his potential, while a trade between Dallas and San Jose has some noteworthy fantasy implications.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Oh, Canada!

One Duck is hot, one Duck is not.

Beat the Cap: Finding Reliable Points

In order to find room for productive stars, you need to find mid-tier players that can give you a solid baseline of points, such as the Bruins' Dougie Hamilton.

From the Press Box: Metropolitan Division Offseason Review

Dan Boyle has a new home in New York, the Flyers lost out on Scott Hartnell due to cap concerns, and the Capitals hired Barry Trotz and are embracing a new defensive approach. Paul Bruno breaks down each team's moves from the Metropolitan Division.

2014-2015 Rangers Preview: New Captain, Same Cup Quest

After surprisingly leading the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Finals last season, what can netminder Henrik Lundqvist and his mates do for an encore?

From the Press Box: First Round Preview

Paul Bruno laments that the Kings and the Sharks have to meet up in the first round of the playoffs, and he predicts each of the first round series.

FanDuel NHL: Value Plays for the Week

With the Kings' playoff position relatively solidified, starting goalie Jonathan Quick could receive some time off this week, making backup Martin Jones an excellent value play.

Saturday Daily Puck: These Birds Don't Fly

Are the Pens really the second-best team in the East? I see a team full of question marks and holes.

The Waiver Wire: Crunch Time

Now is not the time to stop paying attention - with most head-to-head pools fully entrenched in the post-season, the lucky GM is the smart GM.

Wednesday Daily Puck: There's No Place Like Home

Tuesday was a night of returns: Patrick Roy went back to Montreal, Matt Moulson went to Long Island, and Chris Kunitz Returned From Injury.

Monday Daily Puck: Pittsburgh Receives Some Good News

Kris Letang and Beau Bennett are expected back at Monday practice

The Waiver Wire: Wild Week Ahead

With five games this week, Minnesota Wild players dominate our recommendations in this weeks' Waiver Wire.

NHL Barometer: Career Year for Duchene

The Avs' MVP, Matt Duchene is playing out of his mind and could be on his way to 80 points if he stays hot.

From the Press Box: Collapsing Canucks

Following Monday's seven-goal third period debacle, Paul Bruno believes it's worth discussing whether the Canucks' window with the Sedin twins is closing.

Monday Daily Puck: Timonen playing like it's 1999

Philadelphia's 38-year-old blueliner is showing that he's still got something left in the tank.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Back-to-Back Bingo

Evgeni Malkin and the Penguins have one of the most unique schedules seen in the NHL, with not one but two home-and-away games against Conference rivals this week.

The Waiver Wire: Winners from the Deadline

Now that the trade deadline has come and gone, Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson examine those players that stand to benefit from new situations in this week's Waiver Wire.

Morning Skate: Tire Pumping

Dan and Janet discuss the various trade deadline deals, including the very brief but delicious pairing of Tim Thomas and Roberto Luongo on the same team.

NHL Barometer: Trade Deadline Fallout

Steven Stamkos was activated off injured reserve Thursday, but he returns to a Lightning lineup that looks radically after the trade deadline.

Frozen Fantasy: Deadline Fallout

In a very active NHL trade deadline, Roberto Luongo's return to Florida was among the big surprises. Janet Eagleson takes a look around the league in the latest installment of Frozen Fantasy.

Monday Daily Puck: Parise No Longer Paydirt

The Wild have $98 million reasons to expect more scoring from the ex-Devil, but will it ever happen again?